Amstel House

Amstel House (New Castle, Delaware)

Amstel House, also known as the Dr. Finney House, is a preserved building/historic home in New Castle, Delaware. Built in 173o by Dr. John Finney, one of the town’s wealthiest landowners, Amstel House is one

Fan Tan Alley

Fan Tan Alley (Victoria, British Columbia)

At just 0.9m wide (about 3 feet) at the narrowest point, Fan Tan Alley holds the record for narrowest street in Canada and is a main attraction in the country’s oldest Chinatown. At more than

Louis’ Lunch (New Haven, Connecticut)

The humble hamburger was created, so the story goes, in 1900 in response to a customer’s hurried request for a lunch to go. It was at Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut that this historic

Paisano Pete

Paisano Pete (Fort Stockton, Texas)

Roadrunners are not an uncommon site in Texas, but none of them are much of a match for Fort Stockton’s Paisano Pete. Serving as the most popular roadside attraction and official mascot of the small

Fremont Troll

The Fremont Troll (Seattle, Washington)

Hiding underneath a bridge is pretty much exactly where you’d expect to find a troll, but the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington raised the bar on Halloween in 1990 when they unveiled an 18 foot

Imagine Mosaic Memorial

Imagine Mosaic (Manhattan, New York)

Designated as a Quiet Zone in the New York City’s Central Park, the Imagine Memorial Mosaic was created by Italian craftsmen and given as a gift by the city of Naples, Italy. Based on a

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